Sex offender jailed for order breach
A sex offender has been jailed for 16 months for breaching a court order banning him from being near children.
Damien Green known as Stott, 29, broke the conditions of his sexual offences prevention order for the sixth time since it was imposed in 2012.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard he had attended a party on January 13 this year, and a young child was there.
Defence agent Keidra Morrison said: “He was so caught up and excited that he had been invited to the party that he just did not think.”
Sheriff William Summers told Stott, a prisoner of HMP Grampian: “It appears you have largely ignored the order since it was imposed in 2012.”
Sex offender, 28, jailed for breaking order to go to amusement park
A convicted sex offender has been jailed for a year for breaching a court order banning him from being near children – after he spent the day at an amusement park.
Damien Green, who is known as Stott, 28, broke the conditions of his sexual offences prevention for the fourth time since it was imposed in 2012, to spend several hours at Codona’s.
Stott, who was seen on the dodgems and rollercoaster, committed the offence during the school holiday period – just five days after being released from jail.
He appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and admitted breaching his Sexual Offences Prevention Order
The court heard Stott, described as a prisoner of HMP Grampian, had been drinking with friends before going to the amusement park, which was busy with children. He was there until 5pm.